Tag: Java

Burr Sutter – Speaker interview

Burr Sutter is a lifelong developer advocate, community organizer, and technology evangelist, Burr Sutter is a featured speaker at technology events around the globe—from Bangalore to Brussels and Berlin to Beijing (and most parts in between)—he is currently Red Hat’s Director of Developer Experience. A Java Champion since 2005 and former president of the Atlanta…

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Ionuț Baloșin – Speaker interview

Ionuț Baloșin is software Architect @ Luxoft with 10+ years of experience in a wide variety of business applications. Particularly interested in software architecture and performance & tuning topics. Regular speaker at external conferences (e.g. GeeCon, JokerConf, XP Days, Voxxed, Bucharest Java User Group, Logeek, SoftLabs, DevTalks, Agile Tour) and occasionally technical writer (InfoQ, DZone,…

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Mads Opheim – Speaker interview

Mads Opheim – wants to make people awesome. Test-driven development, Domain-driven design and Modern agile are his favourite techniques. As there are lots of people to make awesome in the sphere of a software project, he’s interested in all phases of the development process. However, hardly anything can match a couple of hours of totally…

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Ivan St. Ivanov – Speaker interview

Ivan St. Ivanov has more than 15 years experience with Java development. He is co-founder and senior programmer at VIDA Software, doing various consulting gigs and teaching a couple of Java and Microservices related courses. Ivan is active JUG member, driving the Adopt-a-JSR program in Bulgaria. He is also the co-host of Virtual JUG’s Book…

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Bartłomiej Słota – Speaker interview

Bartłomiej Słota is a software developer with over 5 years of professional experience, Dzone’s Most Valuable Blogger, speaker. Passionate about OOP, clean code, microservices, and the latest trends in system architecture and programming techniques. Transaction Synchronization and Spring Application Events Q: Tell us a bit about yourself. What are your hobbies and interests? My hobbies…

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Anton Arhipov – Speaker interview

Anton is a Technical Evangelist, passionate about developer tooling. In the past Anton contributed to JRebel and XRebel tools as a developer and a product manager. He blogs at arhipov.blogspot.com, speaks at developer conferences, and tweets as @antonarhipov The Hitchhiker’s guide to Java class reloading Q: Tell us a bit about yourself. What are your…

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Victor Rentea – Speaker interview

Victor Rentea is a Clean Code Evanghelist. Lead Architect at IBM. Independent Trainer/Coach (victorrentea.ro). Spoke at 12 international conferences last year (including big ones like Devoxx and JPoint). Trained for the last 5 years, programmed for the last 12. Charismatic guy, funny and enthusiastic. JPA Essentials Workshop – Fundamental Concepts and Common Pitfalls   Q:…

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Istio on Kubernetes: Canaries, Chaos and Dark Launches

Istio on Kubernetes: Canaries, Chaos and Dark Launches Level: Advanced Burr Sutter is a lifelong developer advocate, community organizer, and technology evangelist, Burr Sutter is a featured speaker at technology events around the globe—from Bangalore to Brussels and Berlin to Beijing (and most parts in between)—he is currently Red Hat’s Director of Developer Experience. A…

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IoT powered by Microprofile – Microservices in practice

IoT powered by Microprofile – Microservices in practice Level: Intermediate Rustam Mehmandarov – leader of JavaZone; Norwegian Java User Group – javaBin. A competency network coordinator for architecture and integration at work. One of the organizers of Arctic IoT Challenge. Course instructor. Speaker. Java Champion.       Mads Opheim – wants to make people…

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Let’s have some fun with chat bots!

Workshop: Let’s have some fun with chat bots! Level: All Marcus Fihlon is an Agile Coach and Software Engineer at CSS Insurance in Lucerne. He also lectures at TEKO Swiss Technical Collage in Olten and is a speaker at conferences and user groups all over the world, like JavaOne, JavaLand, JavaCro, JBCNconf, geecon, KotlinConf and…

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